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File:Adolf Holtzmann 1887 Th. Mayerhofer.png|right|thumb|Adolf Holtzmann '''Adolf Holtzmann''' (2 May 1810, Karlsruhe – 3 July 1870, Heidelberg) was a German professor and philology|philologist. His name is associated with a Proto-Germanic language|Proto-Germanic sound law known as Holtzmann's Law. He studied theology at the universities of University of Halle|Halle and University of Berlin|Berlin, where he was a student of Friedrich Schleiermacher. He later studied philology at the University of Munich, where his influences included Johann Andreas Schmeller. Holtzmann also attended classes in Paris given by Eugène Burnouf, and beginning in 1837, spent a number of years working as a tutor to members of Baden royalty.[https://de.wikisource.org/wiki/ADB:Holtzmann,_Adolf ADB:Holtzmann, Adolf] at Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie From 1852 he was a professor of German...
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